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South Sudan: Bishops Request Seat at Peace Negotiation Table

In an article published on the formal communications platform for AMECEA, the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa, Archbishop Stephen Ameyu Martin Mulla of Juba said that “Since the signing of revitalized peace agreement, we as bishops of South Sudan had not paid visit to the president and we thought it better to do so and assure him of our support towards the process of peace implementation.”

“We asked him to include some religious leaders in the peace negotiation process since none of us are involved and it is necessary [that] we too take part,” Ameyu said.

Ameyu was joined by Bishop Stephen Nyodho Ador Majwok of the Malakal Diocese, and Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban of the Diocese of Torit.

Source: Cruxnow

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